R. W. Bozel Transfer, Inc


“Thank your customer for complaining and mean it. Most will never bother to complain. They'll just walk away.”


The ancient Romans had a tradition: whenever one of their engineers constructed an arch, as the capstone was hoisted into place, the engineer assumed accountability for his work in the most profound way possible: he stood under the arch.


A customer is the most important visitor on our premises, he is not dependent on us. We are dependent on him. He is not an interruption in our work. He is the purpose of it. He is not an outsider in our business. He is part of it. We are not doing him a favor by serving him. He is doing us a favor by giving us an opportunity to do so. ~ Mahatma Gandhi


Good Morning All..It's Friday!!!


Working on a Saturday Morning. Ugh!! But, it all good getting done @ Bozel!! Have a great day everyone!! :)


I wish I could have been at the Drivers Meeting with you all today, but I hear it went fantastic. Here's to a great 2012 @ Bozel!!!


The 2011 Annual Company Picnic was a great success as always. Now we just need @margaret lambert to get the pics uploaded on here!


It's almost time for the Annual Company Picnic!!! This year our very own Byron Warner will be manning the grills! Can't wait to see everyone there!


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"Customers don’t expect you to be perfect. They do expect you to fix things when they go wrong."


Wake up everyone! Safety Meeting starts in about 3 hours. See you all there!


"The way a team plays as a whole determines its success. You may have the greatest bunch of individual stars in the world, but if they don't play together, the club wont be worth a dime." - Babe Ruth


The Drivers Meeting will be held on March 5th @ Snyder’s Willow Grove Restaurant in Linthicum MD @ 10:00am. Attendance is mandatory. See you all there!!!!


Bozel Company Picnic - Gunpowder Falls 10/9/10


500 Advantage Ave
Aberdeen, MD

Over 90 years ago, in 1919, a Baltimore business man, Richard "Dick" William Bozel, pawned a player piano, took the proceeds, and bought his first truck. This was the beginning of a long and successful run in the trucking industry. R.W. Bozel Transfer, Inc. was the first refrigerated trucking company in the state of Maryland, hauling packing house products, truckload and LTL between the Baltimore-Washington, DC metro area, serving A&P's and mom and pop groceries. By the mid 1930's Richard Bozel had 10 trucks and 10 children. His wife Josephine took care of the company books while raising the ten children. The company was located in Baltimore city, shed "K" Camden station receiving meat products via the B&O Railroad. During this era the company continued to grow, serving suppliers Morrell, Swift, Oscar Mayer and Hormel. A second generation soon followed their dad into business. Richard Bozel's three sons, Richard, Joseph and Maurice, joined Bozel Transfer in the 1940's. Their pioneering yielded one of the most successful Mid-Atlantic refrigerated trucking companies for the next thirty years. In 1971, the company founder, Dick Bozel, passed away and his son Richard retired to Florida. The business was turned over to Joseph and Maurice. With the evolution of frozen foods and meats, with shipping transferring from rail to truck, Bozel Transfer moved from Camden yards to the surrounding county of Baltimore to Hollins Ferry Road. Through this move, Bozel was better able to meet the needs of its customers and grow the business. Joseph died in 1971, leaving Maurice "Moe" Bozel to lead the company forward. Deregulation in the 1980's supplied the impetus for Moe Bozel to greatly expand the company's areas of service. Bozel Transfer expanded their delivery and pick-ups into the north and south, adding customers while improving transportation logistics. To continue Bozel's growth into the 1980's, Moe Bozel augmented R.W. Bozel Transfer, Inc. with the formation of Bozel Enterprises, Inc., a broker and freight forwarder. Bozel Enterprises provides truck-load services all over the country with vans, flatbeds and reefers. In 1986, a third generation of Bozels joined Maurice--his sons Richard, Patrick, Maurice, Jr., Jeffery and Chris, continuing the family tradition. Bozel Transfer moved in 1992 to their present site in Hammonds Ferry Road, a 6 acre, 38 door terminal in Baltimore County, to meet increased business demands. Moe Bozel retired in 1995, leaving his five sons to run the business. Today, after more than 9 decades in the industry, the company remains family owned and operated. Bozel Transfer maintains a personal "hands on" approach to their business and customer's needs.


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